IT MAKES YOU SICK; Official... watching Scotland is dangerous.WATCHING THE Scotland football team can seriously damage your health - and that's official.
A team of doctors have revealed that admissions to one of our busiest casualty units soared after Scotland's World Cup games against Brazil, Norway and Morocco.
And that was fans watching the action in their own locals living rooms - just imagine the dangers of doing it in BOSNIA.
In an unusual step, Foreign Office officials will be writing a warning letter to every member of the Tartan Army The Tartan Army are travelling supporters of the Scottish national football team. They were named the World's Friendliest Fans during the 1998 World Cup, and have won numerous awards over the years from both FIFA and UEFA for their combination of rabid support and friendly heading for Scotland's Euro Champion- ships qualifier in the war-torn country on September 4.
The warning letter will be accompanied by photos of LAND MINES.
Back home, a shock report in the Scottish Medical Journal The Scottish Medical Journal is a general medical journal, which publishes original research in all branches of medicine, review articles, history of medicine articles and clinical memoranda. says supporters are dicing with death every time they tune into Hendry, Collins, and co.
Many fans were brought unconscious into casualty still wearing their Scotland tops. Some had been reduced t o incoherent idiots.
One was treated for self-inflicted deafness caused by shouting too loudly.
Another needed therapy for psychosis after reporting that the Scotland team were talking to Noun 1. talking to - a lengthy rebuke; "a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; "the teacher gave him a talking to"
rebuke, reprehension, reprimand, reproof, reproval - an act or expression of criticism and censure; "he had to him through his telly screen.
Others were treated for chest pains, two for hyperventilation hyperventilation /hy·per·ven·ti·la·tion/ (-ven?ti-la´shun)
1. abnormally increased pulmonary ventilation, resulting in reduction of carbon dioxide tension, which, if prolonged, may lead to alkalosis.
2. , three for alcohol- related seizures and one for palpitations.
In total, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary Royal Infirmary may refer to:
One football widow A football widow is a term for those who have a relationship with a sports fan (often a follower of football, be it American football, soccer, rugby, Australian rules football or other) who pays more attention to the game than to their partner during the sport's season of play. faked a seizure in a desperate bid to get her husband's attention. The medical notes on her case say: "Attention-seeking behaviour, husband watching football."